The catalogues of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 and of the Asia Edition of the YTAA 2020 are now available!

The books include images, drawings, texts and pictures from the shortlisted, finalist and winner projects as well as texts from the jury members.

One edition includes the projects from European, Brazilian, Chilean and Mexican schools, while the other one sets side by side the projects from Chinese, Indian, Japanese and South Korean schools. 

The books have been published by Fundació Mies van der Robe with dpr-barcelona in the framework of the Future Architecture Platform and the support of the Creative Europe program of the European Union.

Buy your copy at shopmies.com





New YTAA exhibition now open at the Tirana Design Week.

From today until October 11th you can visit the exhibition of the YTAA 2020 now on display at Polis University in Tirana in the framework of the Tirana Design Week!

Workshops, open lectures, an international conference with sessions of debates and open ateliers, and other public events will form the agora of TDW 2021, aiming at producing knowledge, tentative answers and ideas on how the society could move ahead towards healthy spaces and wellbeing in the post-pandemic city.

Read more: tiranadesignweek.com





Young Talent Architecture Award 2020. Educating together

Awards Ceremony and Debates.

Collateral Event of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.

28th September 2021

3pm – 6.30pm CEST

From Palazzo Michiel in Venice

Online: https://youtu.be/xgbpqDc3HMU

On 28th September 2021, the Fundació Mies van der Rohe with the support of the Creative Europe will organize an event in Venice to celebrate the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 and talk about the future of architecture together with the Winners of the YTAA 2020, the Winners of the Asian edition of YTAA 2020 and the jury members as well as representatives from the organising institutions, sponsors and supporters.

The Awards Ceremony will be preceded by two debates focusing on “Educating together” and “New European Bauhaus. How will we live together?”, two key themes in relation to education and how to rethink and replan Europe which prioritises the environment through a cultural project in which design and sustainability are indissociable.

Check out the program HERE.